Monday, August 2, 2010

ABC Family 25 Days of Christmas Movie : Christmas Cupid

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MOVIE REVIEW

Christmas Cupid

A.K.A.: Ex-Mas Carol or Ex-Mas List

*Please Note:
THIS IS NOT A FAMILY MOVIE, inspite of it airing on ABC Family.

For a Complete MOVIE REVIEW, please CLICK HERE.


Network: ABC Family

Original Air Date: December 12, 2010

*Musical Note: Mariah Carey’s “Oh Santa” single from her new holiday album, Merry Christmas II You, will make its television debut as the opening song featured in “Christmas Cupid.” Amber Stevens (“Greek”) will also be singing a new arrangement of “Deck The Halls” for the film.




CAST:

Ashley Benson ... Caitlin Quinn
Chad Michael Murray ... Brent
Christina Milian ... Sloane Spencer
Jackée Harry ... (Mom) Vivian
Patrick Johnson ... Brad
Burgess Jenkins ... Andrew Craig
Sharon Morris ... Triage Nurse
Cara Mantella ... Ella
Cynthia Evans ... Soccer Mom
Andrea Moore ... Jewelry Saleswoman
Chandler Darby ... Darin
Kenny Alfonso ... Aaron
Holly Firfer ... Reporter
Rose Bianco ... Maid
Ryan Sypek ... Jason
Reagan Michelle ... Snow angel
Justin Smith ... Ed
M.V. Oliphant ... Orderly
Henry Louis Adams Jr. ... Party Goer




PLOT:

The "ABC Family" film follows Sloane, a beautiful, stylish and on the fast track to success at her public relations firm. After her client Caitlin winds up in a coma and becomes her own personal ghost of Christmas past, present and future; she finds out first hand that her unethical ways need to change and reuniting with a past jilted lover may be the answer.


Movie Review:

Please Note: I, personally, did not like the original movie title: EX-MAS CAROL. As a Christian, I find it to be offensive when anyone misuses the word, CHRISTMAS, and removes the name of Christ. I am glad they chose to re-name the movie, Christmas Cupid, however....

THIS IS NOT A FAMILY MOVIE!

For a Complete MOVIE REVIEW, please CLICK HERE.


See or Skip:

I must strongly suggest skipping this one.

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8 comments:

  1. I agree, we need to put "Christ" back in Christmas. If it wasn't for Jesus, there wouldn't even be Christmas.

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  2. Christina plays Sloane.

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  3. Please be advised, this is NOT a christian movie. This title is about an EX not the lord. Don't watch the movie. I too, believe in Christ and Christmas.

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  4. but the letter "X" is greek for Christ, that's the only reason we use it in the first place.

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  5. Christina is actually is Sloane. She confirmed it on her official twitter a while back

    http://twitter.com/CMilianOfficial/status/20417568000

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  6. Christina plays Sloane, Ashley Benson plays Caitlin. The 'Ex" and its EX not Xmas stands for ex boyfriends. which once you see the movie you will understand this is acceptable.

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  7. How about--Jesus is the Reason for the Season--so let`s keep Christ in Christmas--I too find that very offensive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  8. Jesus is the reason for the season--so let`s not leave Christ out of Christmas!!!!

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